MONTGOMERY, Alabama — A majority of Alabamians support the state’s immigration law, but only 19 percent believe the law needs no changes, according to a recent poll.
Fifty-four percent of respondents said they favor the law and 35 percent said they oppose it, according to the poll by Anzalone Liszt Research, a public opinion and political consulting firm.
However, more than half of voters statewide also believe the immigration law needs changes. Nineteen percent of poll respondents said the law needs no changes and 13 percent believed it should be repealed entirely
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